Roth Cornet

head of creative for Fandom and ScreenJunkies

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'The Prom’ is ‘absolutely tonedeaf in execution,’ says critic

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Critics review “Rebecca,” a reimagining of Alfred Hitchcock’s 1940 romantic thriller about a newly married woman who learns that her husband’s deceased first wife still plays a big…

‘Rebecca’ works as a soap opera ghost story for millennials, says critic

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Critics review “The Personal History of David Copperfield,” based on the Charles Dickens novel by the same name and stars Dev Patel; “Get Duked,” about four teens on a camping trip who…

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